A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Lou Gramm Hints at Future Foreigner Reunion Dates
Foreigner fans got the best of both worlds during the group's 40th-anniversary tour this year.
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Got ‘Immigrant Song’ Clearance at Last Minute
When 'Thor: Ragnarok' pulls out Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song," it's the perfect musical companion to one of the more satisfying battles in the sprawling Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Lars Ulrich Comments on Sexual Assaults in Entertainment Industry
Recent weeks have seen Hollywood grappling with a wave of revelations regarding unsavory behavior on the part of some of its biggest stars and most powerful people.
Listen to Ramones’ ‘Why Is It Always This Way?’ Demo: Premiere
Ramones fans need to wait only a couple more weeks before the 40th-anniversary reissue of the band's 'Rocket to Russia' LP arrives in stores.
‘Justice League’ Promo Materials Suggest David Bowie and Prince Were Superheroes Too
A mocked-up 'Daily Planet' cover used to promote 'Justice League' equated David Bowie and Prince with Superman.
How Cyndi Lauper and the Police Added Deeper Meaning to ‘Stranger Things 2′
The Netflix show's creators discussed the importance of a pair of '80s classics that were used in key moments.
Watch Lyric Video for Ronnie Montrose’s ‘Color Blind': Premiere
Featuring vocals by Sammy Hagar and guitar work from Steve Lukather, "Color Blind" is one of the more star-studded cuts on Ronnie Montrose's posthumous '10x10' album.
Michael Stipe Feels ‘Personally Insulted’ by the Current Political Climate
The former R.E.M. singer is upset that the causes he has championed have been replaced by right-wing ideology.
Cheap Trick to Headline Rock Your Speech Autism Benefit Concert
Cheap Trick's typically crowded concert calendar is as packed as ever between now and the end of the year.
My Bloody Valentine Promise New Music in 2018
After taking 22 years to follow-up 'Loveless,' My Bloody Valentine expect to have their their first album in five years out in 2018.
Chrissie Hynde Stops Pretenders Show Because of Crowd’s Phone Use
Cell phones have pretty much taken over the concert-going experience - but Chrissie Hynde isn't going down without a fight.
U2’s New LP Was Inspired by Bono’s Health Crisis
A medical issue that turned into a "major fright" for U2 singer Bono helped fuel the songwriting for the band's upcoming 'Songs of Experience' album.